The Doctor said it looks like i have venous leak. He said surgery has a high failure rate, so to at least give cock rings a try. Cock rings work great for me in that my penis, from the head to just above the base is (what I think) completely full of blood. The rings actually work better than the ed meds. However, the base is still completely unstable!
For some patients with a mild venous leak, medications such as Viagra or Cialis might work. Using penile constrictive ring might allow men to maintain erections for a prolonged period of time. Some men are successful in using vacuum erection devices or penile injections in combination with a penile constrictive ring.
If you have a venous leak, the blood does not stay in your penis, thus causing you to lose your erection. This problem is common in men with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or peripheral vascular disease. Excessive stress and obesity also cause venous leaks.
A tight-fitting ring at the base of your penis can also help prevent "venous leakage," a type of erectile dysfunction that results from tissues in your penis failing to properly lock in blood ...
A tight-fitting ring at the base of your penis can help prevent blood outflow, or "venous leakage," a type of erectile dysfunction that results from veins in your penis failing to properly lock in blood.
Some men have good results with a constriction band, or "cock ring," which helps trap the blood in the penis. In some cases surgery may be advised. At what stage surgery is needed? Vascular reconstruction surgery can, in some cases, repair venous leakage.
Gradually this became ineffective. In my 50’s I began using broccoli rings with viagra or Cialis. Worked a while but leak continued getting worse. By my 60’s it was much worse. Finally has gotten to the point that not even the combination of a pump, tight cock ring, and Cialis produced an erection suitable for penetration.
Mostly though, it will be impossible to trace the etiology, and there are few working solutions. Pump and a cock ring works for some, pde 5 inhibitors in a strong enough dose will work for others. Implant is the only true cure, though. I just got implanted one month ago after suffering from some variation of venous leak my whole life.
Weak venous occlusion is the leading cause of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in males with satisfactory blood flow. “Recent data suggests that approximately 80 percent of men with vasculogenic impotence have evidence of failure to store blood (venous leakage) within the corpora cavernosa.” UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA, USA.
Men suffering from venous leak may be helped by using the VenoSeal™. After achieving an erection, the VenoSeal Constriction Loop is placed at the base of the penis and tightened to keep blood in the penis and preventing venous leak.